Prime Minister Narendra Modi says he has had “great interaction” with the Indian community in Italy



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Prime Minister Modi said today that he has had “great interaction” with members of the Indian community in Italy

Rome:

Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Saturday he had had “great interaction” with members of the Indian community in Italy, including those who study India and those who have developed strong ties to their home countries. over the years.

On the second day of his visit to Italy for the G20 summit, Prime Minister Modi took to Twitter to share “glimpses” of community interaction in Rome.

“In Rome last night, I had a great interaction with members of the Indian diaspora in Italy, those who study India and those who have developed a strong bond with our nation over the years. It was wonderful to ‘hear their views on various topics,’ he said in a tweet.

Swamini Hamsananda Giri, president of Sanatan Dharma Sangha, described his meeting with Prime Minister Narendra Modi as “moving”.

“It was (meeting Prime Minister Modi) moving of course, because being a Hindu in Italy is not so easy but meeting the Prime Minister was a great honor for us. Hindus in Italy are in the minority”, she declared.

The culture of India is a treasure for humanity because it is a culture of ancient times since now for all human beings and it is a culture of non-violence (Ahimsa), harmony and respect of nature and the environment since the beginning of this culture, she said, adding that it is a culture for the well-being of the human being.

“Like Sarvjan Hitaye, every human being, every being in the world must live in harmony and peace and we say Shanti, Shanti, Shanti.”

“To each of us he asked something very particular from us and asked what I like if we go to India where and what we like about India so and I said Tamil Nadu and he m ‘spoke in Tamil, ”added Swamini Hamsananda Giri.

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